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  • Execute an IPO | Deals | PwC Ireland | Services
    at every stage before and beyond your IPO Potential issues Choosing your market One of the most important and earliest decisions you ll have to make is the market on which to float your company Today there are more viable options for companies than ever before The decision you make will profoundly affect not only your valuation and your on going relationship with investors it will also impact your structure processes and strategy into the foreseeable future Getting IPO ready You ll need to have a well thought out business plan and corporate structure a compelling equity story and appropriate governance financial and IT systems in place And you ll need to be ready from day one to address new requirements around regulatory compliance operations risk management reporting investor relations and much more Executing your IPO From strategy accounting reporting financial systems governance media and investor relations to treasury and financial risk management legal tax HR technology every piece of the puzzle must be in place and connected before you proceed Each market has its own rules and its own regulatory landscape and risks to navigate That s why it is so important to work with an independent advisor that has the people presence and experience to help you execute your IPO in whatever market or markets you select Being public Once listed your company will be under far greater public scrutiny than ever before with a vastly expanded universe of stakeholders and a significantly larger portfolio of new risks and obligations to manage Any weakness in systems or failure to comply with regulations may cause a loss of investor confidence not to mention reputational damage and the potential for significant company damage as well How can we help With our in depth knowledge of the rules and regulations governing

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  • Managing a crisis | Deals | PwC Ireland | Services
    Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Managing a crisis Where a business is facing financial distress or insolvency we may be able to help save it if action is taken early enough For companies their lenders shareholders or other stakeholders in businesses facing financial under performance or crisis we deliver restructuring solutions and help build a platform for recovery Alternatively we can help financial stakeholders to recover value in insolvency Our experience and industry specialists enable us to tailor solutions to the individual circumstances and needs of our clients Potential issues You may be facing cash pressure actual or potential breach of a loan covenant or over leverage You want to better understand the reasons for the underperformance and the available options You may be a financial stakeholder in a business who has concerns about its performance and future prospects and you want to get an independent person to review and advise you on the situation As a Director of a business in distress you have a legal responsibility to ensure the company is not trading in an insolvent position Obtaining early advice can help you clarify your current position and the available options There will inevitably be situations where a rescue is not possible and in such cases the lenders to a business are likely to use a formal insolvency process to recover the maximum value How can we help Performing Independent Business Reviews to provide real clarity as to the current financial and operational status of a business to assess its prospective viability and to outline the range of options available in the short and longer term Developing solutions in partnership with creditors and debtors using our experience of working through crises where objectives may diverge and where there are pressures on relationships

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  • Restructuring and insolvency | Deals | PwC Ireland | Services
    your security You are acquiring a loan portfolio and need to understand the enforcement options available to you as part of your workout strategy As part of your overall deleveraging targets you need to dispose of a large volume of non core assets You are a creditor with a debtor in default and need to consider your recovery options including a winding up order Your business is distressed with no ability to deal with legacy creditors an over leveraged balance sheet and onerous contracts or leases Consequently the business despite having a viable future cannot attract new investment for growth As part of a corporate simplification or group reorganisation you have a number of solvent subsidiaries that need to be wound up or special purpose vehicles that have reached the end of their commercial life How can we help We have a highly experienced corporate receivership team to assist lenders with pre enforcement planning and subsequently accepting the appointment to implement the strategy and maximise the recovery for the appointing lender We can bring the benefit of many years enforcement experience to loan portfolio purchase due diligence providing enforcement analysis for loan buyers in considering their investment and subsequent work outs In addition to a highly experienced corporate receivership team we have developed a receivership platform to deal with high volume fixed charge and personal asset receiverships The process and systems have been developed to ensure efficiency in appointment acceptance asset disposal and everything in between including risk and compliance procedures for both lender and receiver We have extensive experience acting as provisional and official liquidator in a variety of cases and sectors maximising recoveries for the petitioning creditor This often involves investigations and appropriate actions against errant directors and other stakeholders In addition to court liquidations we regularly carry

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  • Disputes and investigations | Deals | PwC Ireland | Services
    conflicts of interest and other forms of impropriety or a dispute with a supplier a customer or a regulator we can provide an unrivalled range of experience and access to a number of specialists including technology experts valuation specialists and economists Drawing on skills and experience acquired over many years in a range of disciplines our team regularly assists clients in the prevention detection and investigation of fraud financial crime and other irregularities and in dispute resolution Our investigations specialists work with our professionals in forensic technology solutions combining extensive practical experience with a wide range of state of the art tools and techniques to detect and investigate fraud Potential issues The need for an investigation or for support in resolving a dispute can arise in many circumstances Some examples include situations where you Suspect accounting fraud or manipulation whether at group company or divisional level or inappropriate or inadequate disclosure Have suffered asset misappropriation in any form including theft of cash or other assets procurement fraud expense or payroll fraud loan or mortgage fraud theft of trade secrets or diversion of revenues Are involved in litigation arbitration and require a specialist witness or an independent investigation of facts Are involved in a business dispute with a customer supplier competitor or joint venture partner and you need an independent evaluation of the situation and advice on the strength of claims and counter claims and help in developing arguments to support your position Need advice in relation to completion accounts earn out agreements or warranty claims following a transaction There may be a lack of clarity in the roles of each party and their advisers in the preparation review and finalisation of these accounts or you may need help in preparing for negotiations or submissions to an independent accountant How can

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  • Publications | Deals | PwC Ireland | Services
    Market January 2016 A new normal in consumer debt collections and recoveries This paper describes some of the regulatory developments that are expected to accelerate the need for regulatory driven changes in collections functions It also describes six leading practices that collection functions can employ to make changes that can further collectors business strategies and objectives The paper concludes by examining asset class specific considerations and describing ways in which collections functions could be transformed into an industry leader and stay ahead of the compliance curve March 2015 IPO Watch Europe Q3 2014 Overvivew of European IPO Market January 2015 The future shape of banking Time for reformation of banking and banks We outline four key areas banks need to address in order to remain relevant as we argue that the future of banking will look very different to what we see today Traditional banks need to sharpen their strategic focus and regulators and regulation will also need to adapt adding to a paradigm shift in the banking landscape July 2014 Fighting fit Are you ready to tackle to future Eurozone shocks Against a backdrop of political tensions a sluggish economy and high unemployment is the Eurozone crisis really over We consider what this really means for businesses in the Eurozone area April 2014 M A in the Consumer industry The consumer goods sector has been resilient over the past few years in the last twelve months we started to see signs that the major players are repositioning their brands and businesses for the recovery In this publication we look at some of last year s biggest deals and explore how this will affect the deals in 2014 February 2014 December 2013 Small business Out on your own with Declan McDonald This article was first published in the Sunday Business

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  • Global employee mobility | Human resource services | PwC Ireland | Services
    Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Developing Global Mobility Is your programme fit for the future Read more FED in 2015 Improved to assist with overseas expansion in key target markets Read more Global Social Security Newsletter Updates on changes in social security in the final quarter of 2015 Read more Global Employee Mobility Employment Tax Forum Event Thursday 3 March 2016 Enquire here Explore further Immigration newsflash Check out the latest updates Read more Global mobility country guides Tax information of globally mobile employees in over 50 countries Read more SARP in 2015 Improved to assist with assignments to Ireland Read more Global mobility blog Behind the scenes with PwC s talent mobility specialists Read more How can we help Mobility strategies for the next decade will need to be sophisticated agile and adaptable to deal with growing deployment demands but tax and immigration requirements often stand in the way Mobility opportunities are key to attracting developing and retaining talent but diverse preferences and expectations all need careful management Find out how

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  • 2015 Reward Trends Snapshot Survey | PwC Ireland | Survey
    sector Real estate Retail and consumer Services for legal firms Technology Media centre Articles Press releases Publications RSS feeds Careers Experienced careers Student careers Executive search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites PwC Reward trends snapshot survey 2015 Salary increases Key talent shortages Rewarding performance Download report Salary increases Key talent shortages Rewarding performance Download report Salary increases Key talent shortages Rewarding performance Download report Salary increases Key talent shortages Rewarding performance Download report The PwC reward trends snapshot survey 2015 provides data on actual and forecast salary movements for 2014 2015 and 2016 across a number of sectors and employee categories It also looks at actual bonus payments for 2014 target bonus levels for 2015 remuneration philosophy incentive plans and benefits provided by employers Archive Full report PwC 2015 Reward trends snapshot survey Media centre Articles Press releases Publications RSS Feeds Contacts Mary O Hara Partner Tel 353 1 792 6215 Email Gerard McDonough Director Tel 353 1 792 6170 Email Louise

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  • People consulting | Human resource services | PwC Ireland | Services
    centre Articles Press releases Publications RSS feeds Careers Experienced careers Student careers Executive search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Reward trends survey Looking for information on salary movements and bonus payments Read more Adapt to survive How does talent and opportunity drive economic growth Read more A future of work A journey to 2022 Read more HR analytics Do you know how much your people contribute to the success of your organisation Read more Explore further Global equity Latest compensation news Read more How can we help People can be an organisation s most valuable asset However they can also bring an organisation some of its greatest challenges From finding the right people to reward and measurement to talent and leadership Through our specialist knowledge and experience we are there to support you in maintaining a competitive advantage through your people and in finding a tailored solution that is right for you and your organisation Read more Featured Adapt to survive The

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